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Kindness Matters!

It is recognized that an act of good deed benefits physically and emotionally benefits both the giver and the recipient.  Knowing this, now some schools and educators have turned to the “bucket filling” method as a way to teach this to children. The following article from Good Housekeeping discusses a study that shows how being kind releases healthy chemicals in the brain and boosts your overall health.  It also shares 50 random acts of kindness you can try if you’re looking to fill someone else’s bucket while at the same time filling your own. 

Good Housekeeping:  50 Simple Acts of Kindness

 

 

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